And then there were NINE! Help the Anderson's adopt baby Kellen!Read More
So, in honor of getting 450 "likes" on Facebook, I did a drawing for a mini-session. How exciting! In order to qualify, people needed to "like" my page (how else would they be able to find out if they won!), and tag a friend in the comments. That's all! Pretty easy, right?
Well, I drew the winners via a random generator and got my two winners! One of them contacted me immediately and asked to pass her free mini session on to her neighbor, who had also entered the drawing. I was feeling generous and agreed! Man, am I glad that I did! This family was such fun! I absolutely love when my job is fun (I mean, it is mostly fun, but it is a business, so there are boring parts!).
Here are their favorites from this session!
Better late than never, right? I had the privilege of hanging out with this great family one fall day. We were a little late for any of the leaves to be left on the trees, but we got it done, and that is what matters, right?
One of the best parts of my job is getting to know my clients, or even, like in this case, reconnecting with old friends! Brittini and I spent pretty much our entire school years together!
Here are some of the favorites from this session:
So, here it is! Aren't they all just stunning? This is definitely a magazine worthy family! I wish I was half as photogenic as they all are. *Jealous*
Before Austin and Kelsea could even order anything from their maternity session, this little bundle of joy arrived! I would like to introduce you to Jaxon!
He put up a fight with this session! I haven't been peed on or pooed on so much since my youngest was an infant (knock on wood!)! Even with all the hiccups, I so enjoyed my time with him. Not wanting to sleep for me or his mama meant more baby snuggles!
EIther way, we got a few gems, even a smile here and there. Also, he has the chubbiest fingers I have ever seen on a newborn, which I found absolutely adorable!
Here are a few of his parents' favorites:
I was contacted on short notice inquiring about photographing a LARGE family for a 90th birthday celebration. This is slightly out of my comfort zone as I have never done an event before (officially!), although I have definitely practiced at my own family functions.
So, with the clients fully aware, I stepped out of my comfort zone and photographed my first event and first large extended family! Here are a few shots from that.